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Protecting your assets Block and tackle—unclaimed property and cryptocurrency

As promoters of cryptocurrencies and digital-asset exchanges face intense scrutiny from tax, securities and other financial services regulators, they will soon have to contend with unclaimed property (or escheat) laws in the United States. This article explores how these laws could apply to cryptocurrency exchanges, hosted wallets, and other market participants, such as banks,...

The SEC wants companies to talk about cybersecurity

On February 21, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued an interpretive release providing important guidance to certain registrants on cybersecurity disclosure. The guidance makes clear its view that material risks or incidents related to cybersecurity fall within a company’s ongoing obligation to disclose material information in current and periodic reports. The guidance...

Securing the Cloud

Eversheds Sutherland Partner Michael Bahar is quoted in the Winter edition of USA Today Homeland Security regarding increasing efforts to keep data safe in the ‘new normal.’ “Particularly this summer, we’ve seen attackers going further – to extortion, data manipulation, disruption and even destruction,” said Michael. “What is increasingly critical is to respond to the rapidly evolving...

Making Multifactor Authentication Work

Eversheds Sutherland Partner Michael Bahar is quoted in this GCN article providing insight on multifactor authentication for federal agencies. Learn more.